On August 25, 1986, God allowed Herman and Lutherine Geddis to bring forth a handsome baby boy name Sean Herman Geddis into this beautiful world. Sean grew up in a community called "Clubhouse" in Adams Run, SC.
He attended and graduated from Vision Christian Academy in 2004 with his diploma from High School. As a young boy, he always wanted to be in the funeral industry. One day Sean told his mother that he was going to be a Mortician and that day came to fruition. After graduating from high school, he went on to attend Piedmont College and graduated in 2006, receiving his Associate Degree in Business with a major in Funeral Services. As a young kid, Sean worked for several funeral homes just to get the experience while attending college.
At an early age, Sean joined Sand Hill United Methodist Church in which he was on several ministries including having his own choir called "Sean's Youth Choir". On any given day, you could find him talking about the Lord. He really loved the Lord, and would make up his own sermons. Sean was a family man as well. He loved his family to life, especially his loving Mother who called him her "Sugar Pugger". He saw and spoke with her every day, sometimes two to three times a day. Even though Sean was the baby of the family, the way he took charge, one might have though he was the oldest.
At the age of 20, he was extremely happy when he started his internship at Hilton's Mortuary in 2006. It was there, he met and married his "at work wife" as he would call her, Mrs. Shonda Simmons-Jenkins. Shonda, took Sean underneath her wings until his depature from earth. One of his greatest accomplishments was when he received his Funeral Directors license on February 24, 2012, license number 3649. Sean worked at multiple funeral homes to include W.M. Smith McNeal, Murray's Mortuary, Suburban Funeral Home, Heyward Mortuary, North Area Funeral Home, Chisholm Galloway, and recently became The Director of Operations for Grace Funeral Services at the Moncks Corner location.
Sean always had an entrepreneur spirit and was determined to one day have his own funeral home. To say that he only lived 32 years, Sean did everything he wanted to do and went everywhere he wanted to go. He enjoyed life. He loved people and people loved him. He was an entertainer in his own way. His smile brightened the entire room when he walked through the door. His personality was so big that everyone enjoyed him. If you were having a bad day, just call Sean and he would make you laugh. Sean worked for several companies to include White Oak Nursing Home, Piedmont Technical College as an Instructor, among other jobs. He was a hard working young man, very gifted an talented.
On Wednesday, August 29, 2018, Sean lifted his eyes toward Heaven and saw His Masters face and said, "Goodbye world, I stay no longer with you". Those of whom is left to cherish his sweet memories are his loving and devoted parents, Herman and Lutherine Geddis; one sister, Hermine Geddis; three brothers, Christopher, Stanley, and Jason Geddis; five aunts, Debbie (Joe) Wiley, Gloria Haynes, Marilyn (Mack) Anderson, Bernice Geddis, and Eloise Glenn; three uncles, Joseph (Sandra) Haynes, John (Dorothy) Haynes, and Melvin Haynes; ten nieces and nephews, Jada, Eustacia, Tyresha, Madison, Jayden, Jason Jr., Jaquan, Shavak, Tyrese, and Tyriek; two grand-nephews, Cayden and Maurice; and a host of cousins, other relatives, and plenty of friends.